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2015 IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA)
Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day

This is the premier event for manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, and tool providers to learn about Ethernet technologies and applications in the automotive environment.

2015 IEEE-SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day
27-28 October 2015, Yokohama, Japan

EVENT PRESENTATIONS

Keynote

Introducing Automotive Ethernet – A Project Manager's Account
Karsten Wittmack (BMW)


Overview of Standardization Activities

IEEE Standards for Automotive Networking
Steven B. Carlson (High Speed Design, Inc), Thomas Hogenmueller (Bosch), Robert Grow (RMG Consulting, KDPOF), Dave Dwelley (Linear Technology), Ludwig Winkel (Siemens)

Standardization activities of Gigabit Ethernet operation over plastic optical fiber
Okihiro Sugihara, Satoshi Takahashi (Utsunomiya University)


Quality of Service and Time Sensitive Networking

IEEE TSN Standards Overview & Update
Don Pannell (Marvell Semiconductor)

Highly reliable network technology that is necessary for achieving future E/E architecture aimed at the age of "Automated Driving"
Yoshifumi Kaku, Haruka Honda, Taichi Itagawa (DENSO CORPORATION)

Ethernet TSN as enabling technology for ADAS and automated driving systems
Soheil Samii (General Motors), Helge Zinner (BOSCH)

Time Sensitive Network enabling next generation of automotive E/E architecture
Nobukatsu Kitajima, Dnyaneshwar Kulkarni (Renesas Electronics Corporation)

AVnu: Ethernet AVB/TSN Common Services across four segments, and segment-specific profiles
Yong Kim (AVnu / Broadcom), Gordon Bechtel (AVnu / Harman)

Global Time Synchronization in an Automotive Ethernet Network – Everything Done?
Bernd Jesse (Vector Informatik GmbH)

AVnu: Open source software for AVB/TSN
Andrew Elder, Daron Underwood, David Cemin, Gordon Bechtel (AVnu)


Physical Layer

Automotive Connector Solutions for High-speed In-Vehicle Ethernet
Shoji Kawashima, Takeshi Kimura, Bert Bergner (Tyco Electronics)

Building Next Generation 1000BASE-T1 Physical Devices for Automotive Applications
Mehmet V. Tazebay (Broadcom Corporation)

A study of Ethernet Protocol for Automotive Application:EMC aspects of communication channel
Takeshi Yasuda, Hideki Goto (Toyota)

EMC-constrained 1000BASE-T1 PHYs: Lessons Learned from OABR 100Mbit/s
Mehmet V. Tazebay (Broadcom Corporation)


Safety and Security

Safe and Secure Communication with Automotive Ethernet
Michael Ziehensack, Roman Pallierer, Martin Böhner (Elektrobit)

Security Implications on Ethernet Networks for Connected Cars
Shrikant Acharya (Excelfore Corporation)


Special Session: AUTOSAR

Ethernet and the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform as basis for future E/E Architecture
Igor Neiva Camargo (Continental Automotive GmbH)


Testing and Tools

Testing the Security and Performance of Automotive Ethernet ECUs
Bogdan Tenea (Ixia)

Standardization for efficient testing of Automotive Ethernet ECUs
Bogdan Tenea (Ixia), Roman Pallierer (Elektrobit), Fabian Nikolaus (C&S)

Ethernet Oriented E/E Architecture with CAN Virtualization for Automated Driving Vehicles
Mikio Kataoka, Masaaki Nakamura, Kenichi Osada, Kohei Sakurai (Hitachi Automotive Systems), Satoshi Otsuka, Mitsuhiro Kitani (Hitachi)


New Applications and Use Cases

Big Data Rates in the Car – Ethernet & more over one single Link System
Jochen Schyma (INOVA)

Video coding and computer vision for automotive Ethernet applications
Marco Jacobs (Videantis)